Steinhardt – Four Horsemen (of the Apocalypse)
This Belgian-style Quad is brewed with Belgian malts and dark Belgian candi sugar for a rich and strong ale with notes of raisin, fig and prune.
Dogfish Head – 120 Min IPA
Clocking in at 15-20% ABV and 120 IBUs, it's easy to see why we call this beer THE HOLY GRAIL for hopheads! 120 Minute IPA is boiled for a full two hours while being continuously hopped with high-alpha American hops, then dry-hopped daily in the fermenter for a month and aged for another month on whole-leaf hops.
Rehoboth Beach, DE
RAR – Two Hour Parking
We brewed an IPA with Calypso & Ekuanot hops, Lactose, and Vanilla beans with our soulmates from Magnify Brewing.
RAR – Out of Order Kiwi/Strawberry
Sour ale with Kiwi and Strawberry
Flying Dog – East Coast Hop Project Pale Ale
Mild hop notes of herbs and spice from the Nugget varieties, complimented by citrus (notably orange and grapefruit) from the Cascade.
Alltech – Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Stout
Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Stout is brewed and aged with Alltech® Café Citadelle Haitian coffee and aged in world-famous Kentucky bourbon barrels. The result is a complex stout with dark-roasted malts, hints of caramel and vanilla and a lightly roasted coffee finish.
Two Roads – CONNtucky Lightnin’
The Connecticut Yankees at Two Roads have CONNjured up this moonshine inspired bourbon-like ale. Using good ol’ USA corn grits and aged in real bourbon barrels from a famous Kentucky distillery, this unique CONNcoction includes notes of whiskey, oak and vanilla.
Gypsy Brewing Co. – Biere Rustique
A rustic French-style farmhouse ale. Much like a Belgian Saison with a dry finish and lots of yeast character, but with more hop bitterness. Some fruitiness comes through to complement the French Strisselspalt herbal, black currant hop character.
Calvert County, Md
Black Flag – Transmutation
Our sour IPA with a touch of strawberries, lactose, and vanilla.
The only constant in the ever changing beer industry is that customers are always looking for new and exciting craft beers. Nick’s, with help from companies near and afar, has installed a state of the art Growler Station based on the same operating principles as bottling lines. We use a blended gas counter pressure system. This state of the art technique forces beer to fill the growler from the bottom up reducing loss due to foam, while keeping the beer as fresh as possible.
While Nick’s carries a wide array of craft beer in bottles and cans, our Growler Station has opened the doors to endless possibilities. Our Growler Station taps are constantly changing with beers that are extremely rare or even limited to draft only. Our list is always changing, so check back with us regularly or you may miss out on that one beer you have been waiting for.
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